This book answers such questions as how does the Mac kick itself into action when you start it up? How does computer memory work in the Mac and how does a RAM cache make it work better? How do floppy disks and hard disks store information and send it back to the computer? How does the highly secret Mac ROM chip give the Mac its unique look and feel? How can a personal Mac become part of a finely tuned office network? You'll not only understand the jargon but also marvel at the way technologies mesh to form the unified wonder known as the Macintosh. This Bestseller Edition has been updated to cover new models, the latest operating systems, and new technologies.This book answers such questions as how does the Mac kick itself into action when you start it up?
|Title||:||How Macs work|
|Author||:||John Rizzo, K. Daniel Clark|